Slacker 

Well, I have been the biggest slacker and I apologize for that. No blog post since April. Yikes!! Hopefully you all follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter because I have been posting consistently there. The lack of blog posts is not because we haven’t been busy exploring. We certainly have! One of the reasons … More Slacker 

The Utah Life

Hello everyone! It’s been a busy last couple of weeks as we left Arizona at the end of February to start heading our way to Utah. We stopped at St. George, Utah for a little over a week to explore the area and see friends. Here is what we did. Bryce National Park: We debated … More The Utah Life

Catching Up

It is mid-October in Arizona and we thought it would be much cooler, but it’s still in the mid- 90s. That’s better than 110 but it’s still hot. Even at 9:00 in the morning, it’s hot. On the positive note, the hottest part of the day is shorter—only a couple hours instead of all day … More Catching Up

Red Rock Country

Yikes! It’s been awhile since I made a post so I apologize. It was mid-August and another 110 degree day in the desert so we headed up to Sedona for the day. A little over 2 hours the drive was the same as driving to Flagstaff . . . until we got to the famous … More Red Rock Country

Flagstaff

To get away from the 110 degree summer day, Brad and I took a day trip to Flagstaff. We heard that is was at least 30 degrees cooler there and we needed to get out of the heat. We learned that an RV air conditioner will only cool the RV 20 degrees less than the … More Flagstaff

Arizona

After spending a few days in New Mexico, we headed off to Arizona. While I was a nurse in Seattle, I took care of a sweet girl and I am still in contact with the family. They moved to Phoenix two years ago and we were going to stay with them for a week. Originally, … More Arizona